Corset Training and Dieting to Reduce Waist Size

By Scarlett on March 12, 2010

I was recently asked for advice on waist training and dieting to reduce waist size, I though the response might benefit a number of readers who feel their a little on the large size for a corset: Hi, you can corset train at any size and while it won’t cause you to loose weight directly it will restrict your food intake by putting pressure on your stomach. This means you’ll feel full much sooner allowing you to eat what you want but in smaller portions – like a gastric band but without the surgery and a lot more glamorous! Putting on a corset will automatically streamline your shape removing the rounded tummy too. You can train your waist at any size but excess body fat will slow down the process. I suggest using a corset along with some light exercising every morning, nothing that involves joining the gym or even leaving the house. I’d recommend a ‘step’ machine, they take up virtually no space and mean you don’t have to leave your bedroom. I have one with a handle in my room but that takes up a bit more space, putting it near a wall, table or chair so u can place a hand out to steady yourself if need be, works well. Getting a skipping rope is a lower cost option but only if you have a decent sports bra already! The trick is not to make a big thing out of exercising, if you feel its a big change your more likely to give it up, that’s why joining the gym so often doesn’t work, it’s a big change and we’re creatures of habit. Just pop it out in the morning when you wake up (before eating or drinking as a nights empty stomach means your body will brake down your fat reserves to fuel the exercise), and just do 5 minutes before you shower, put your corset on and get ready for work etc – I send text messages while I’m on mine or watch TV. After a week move up to 10 minutes, then 15 the next week then 20 the next and stay at 20 minutes. 20 minutes light sweat is enough to seriously brake down fat and will speed up your metabolism. A higher metabolism means you’ll burn more calories just going about your day to day life and the corset will lessen your food intake. Again just don’t make any big changes to your normal routine, no calorie counting or cutting out foods, just eat till comfortably full and don’t force yourself to finish something. Leave a lot of food on your plate if your done, its better in the bin then under that corset. I can give you more advice on corset training and even custom make a corset for you if you like, or you could find somewhere near you so you can browse and get a feel for them; you’ll need a good quality underbust with a cotton coutil lining to wear either under or over your normal clothes, depending on your fashion tastes and always wear a cotton vest under the corset to stop sweat from your body making it dirty. Let me know if this was useful, feel free to ask me more questions, Scarlet x


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  1. Meghan Henslee
    January 31, 2011


  2. Jenelle Hermsen
    January 28, 2011

    I intended to draft a bit of info on corset waist reduction for school, nice info, thanks!

  3. Geri Serapion
    January 27, 2011

    I hate stomach fat – nice corsets btw!

  4. Michel Delahoya
    January 27, 2011

    Wow! How much of an idea! Gorgeous way to diet .. Brilliant

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